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Is Your Business Covered This Festival Season?

Posted by Pamela Bustard on June 25, 2015

Getting a trade stand at a festival can be both exciting and daunting. A lot of your hard-earned time, effort and money are invested into organising this opportunity, which is why it is so crucial to get it right and consider key elements before you...

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The Dos and Don’ts of Social Media for SMEs [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted by Katie Thompson on March 6, 2015

Social media is a great place for people to find out about you and your business, which is why it offers great opportunities for small and medium businesses to interact with and market to their customers and stay ahead of the curve when it comes...

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Hair & Beauty: Are You Ready to Run a Salon?

Posted by Leonie Garlick on March 22, 2017

Being able to run your own salon is somewhat of a dream. You can hire your own brigade of talented stylists, paint your own four walls and build up your own base of regular customers. It’s a big step from hiring a chair or hairdressing...

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Top 6 Tradesman Insurance Claim Types

Posted by Leonie Garlick on March 14, 2017

If you work as a tradesman, your daily tasks will be beset with a variety of risks. Having the right insurance policy in place is vital and is usually a legal requirement. Insurance also offers the tradesman peace of mind and can mitigate the impact...

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British Pie Week: 10 Ways to Upsell a Pie

Posted by Leonie Garlick on March 8, 2017

Ahh, British Pie Week! The perfect opportunity for pubs and restaurants to upsell one of our country’s greatest delicacies. Whether the pies you sell are filled with steak or served with custard, there’s a lot of potential to flog baked goods this week. 1. Pie...

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How To Beat the Property Tax Hike in 10 Steps

Posted by Leonie Garlick on March 2, 2017

In a month’s time, bricks & mortar businesses will be affected by a rise in property tax rates. Retailers, restaurants, salons and suppliers will see tax bills rise by 177% on average, with establishments in London and the South-East taking the biggest hit. Trading online can...

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